: Sound recording of Lucille Kendall's 1976-1977 interview with radical activist Elaine Black Yoneda. The interview documents Yoneda's activism with the International Labor Defense, International Longshoremen's Association's Defense Committee, Communist party, and various other labor and civil rights movements in California. Collection Guide
: Finding aid to the Elaine Black Yoneda oral historyManuscript Call Number
: MS 3524Cassette Call Number
: CT 26.1-26.14Rights
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Digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP)
Part of the Women in California Collection.
Interviewer: Kendall, Lucille
Technical note: In part 2 after five minutes a technical malfunction occurred with the interviewer's tape recorder causing the garbled audio.